TESOL Online in Texas - Teacher English Jobs

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Aurora
Attitude has a vital role in achieving a successful teacher-student engagement. While I was watching both videos, I came to realize the importance of having a positive and clear mindset in the classro
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Austin
This unit covers the teaching of productive skills, which is writing and speaking. Teachers should encourage different forms of communication in order to practice these skills. The accuracy and fluenc
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Austwell
This unit covers very important aspects of English as a foreign language - pronunciation and phonology. These aspects are very often neglected by teachers but they play an important role in students'
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Avery
I had never given much consideration to how handwriting might play into teaching English in a foreign country; this unit provided some very useful advice when it comes to teaching writing skills in pa
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Avinger
This unit is about some methods, techniques and suggestions, possible problems of teaching special groups. These groups are teaching beginners, individual students, children and teaching those who w
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Azle
Unit 14 is focused on how to test and evaluate students. There are a number of ways to asses a student's language level; tutorials, evaluation by students and tests. Some tests are designed for the sp
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Bailey
This unit focused on conditionals and reported speech. There are 5 types of conditional sentences: Zero, First, Second, Third and mixed. It was interesting to see the various changes in verb tenses th
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Baird
This unit addressed potential problems that we may come across when teaching, such as use of native language, large classes, mixed level classes etc. A large part of addressing these issues is establi
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Balch Springs
The eleventh unit is about reading and listening skills. Frankly speaking, I was a little bit demotivated by the previous unit and my results. It turned out that I'm not as good in listening as I need
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Balcones Heights
As usual, the unit helped me review, upgrade and structure my knowledge about future tenses. I am currently teaching a student who is going to sit quite a high-level English exam at the beginning of
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Ballinger
This unit refreshed my previous knowledge about phonology. I understood that intonation, rhythm and stress are very important in teaching techniques. I've learned that intonation rise can show to the
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Balmorhea
Productive skills are just as important as reading and listening skills. A balance of all 4 skills would be optimal but as we all know even with me there is never a balance but an ever learning proces
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Bandera
After mentioning that there are twelve tenses in the English language (concerning TESL that is), this unit went over the four present tenses, which are present simple, present progressive (continuous)
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Bangs
This unit was very hard and confusing for me. However once I slowed down and really tried to work everything out piece by piece it became much much easier. I enjoyed the phonetic exercises and having
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Banquete
It was very important for me to learn about the different kinds of English lessons I could have in a classroom. This unit focused on three ways to teach a new language: new vocabulary words, grammar s
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Bardwell
After receiving my score for the past tense section, it occurred to me that I wasn't totally prepared to take the test... Maybe there should be a required pre-test beforehand? The ESA structure is als
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Barry
In this lesson I learned about the two productive skills: speaking and writing. These two skills are used to communicate. Writing is one of the more neglected TEFL skills because it is a quiet, less i
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Barstow
In this unit we looked at course books and other useful materials that can be used while teaching English. We started out by looking at authentic materials and created materials and when and how to us
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Bartlett
Unit 4 is an overview of the English tenses. First language English speakers often forget the specifics of grammar tenses as they speak it naturally. Though for speakers who use English as a second
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Bartonville
Phonology is the study, science, analysis, and classification of the physical properties of sounds. The terms phonetics and phonology are often used interchangeably, although the term phonology is inc
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Bastrop
Unit reflection: Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but
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Bay City
This video unit informs me on the particulars of classroom presentation and a teacher's attitude. The two videos demonstrate how even the most trivial of class characteristics are vital to the impact
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Bayou Vista
The many different types of learners and what they need can be a cause of panic for a more experienced teacher. However, if you understand that most of your students want to or are willing learn wheth
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Bayside
Grammar is one of the inevitable and unavoidable questions our students will ask. It is important to know at least the basic of it. This unit certainly helps those who are new to English teaching. How
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Baytown
In this unit, I studied how to use past tenses. There are mainly four past tenses: Past simple, Past continuous, Past perfect and Past continuous. For each tense, it talked about its basic form, usage
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Bayview
Unit 19 is focused on how to teach special groups. Some types of classes are beginner, individual students, children, business English, the monolingual and the multilingual class. For teaching beginne
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Beach City
From this unit, I learnt to pay more attention to how I speak and what I say: I find myself thinking in my spare time, "what parts of speech did I just use in that question?" or "is 'flour' a countabl
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Beasley
This unit focuses on 2 receptive skills - reading and listening. There are examples of activities designed for more effective teaching. For example, the patchwork ESA model of the lesson plan about El
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Beaumont
In this unit, the writer highlights the importance of a Lesson plan as it makes the teacher's work more easy because everything is planned previously. However, there are some procuders that needs to b
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Beckville
Unit 10 involved watching two separate lessons and comparing the contents and the styles of teaching involved. Lesson 2 was the ‘correct’ lesson as it used many proper teaching techniques and phas
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Bedford
In unit eight we discussed the future tense in all of it's forms. We discussed the future simple tense which is used for future facts, promises, predictions with no evidence, assumptions, spontaneous
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Bedias
This unit covers the different aspects of how a teacher can and should manage a classroom. Not only does it provide useful guidelines on how a teacher should carry themselves, it also delves into diff
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Bee Cave
In this unit I learned about the importance of making a lesson plan. I learned that it is important to at least have a very basic lesson plan written out so that your lesson at least has some structur
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Beeville
This unit discussed the importance of lesson plan, the important contents, purpose and guide in writing it. A format is also provided for the teacher to hasten the preparation of a lesson plan. I thin
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Bellaire
This unit looked at different groups of ESL learners and different techniques to have in mind in order to reach them. Teachers of young children who only have basic foundations in English should keep
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Bellevue
In last unit I've looked at some of the most common problem situations that teachers can encounter in the classroom and also learnt ways of dealing with them. I've consistently viewed ways to establis
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Bellmead
This unit contained two videos about 2 different teaching styles and techniques used in the classroom. This is the most useful unit so far because it gives real life examples of good and bad technique
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Bells
It is important to activate and utilize language in class. Students should have the opportunity to be motivated by learning language that applies to their interests. when students are utilizing the la
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Bellville
This unit provided a brief overview of the phonology of the English language. For English speakers, manner things like articulation, stress, and intonation come naturally, and so we might overlook the
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Belton
In this unit, the writer presents the teaching equipments and teaching Aids; however, there are many teaching equipments that are used in EFL classroom we find, black/white boards, interactive white b
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Benavides
This Unit focused on different types of tests a teacher may be expected to set students during their career as an English language teacher. We learn at how each individual test is structured, its spec
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Benbrook
This Unit focused on different teaching aids, such as white/black board, IWB, OHP, CD/DVD player, worksheets, computer, online resources etc. There is also very useful information about advantages and
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Benjamin
Unit 12 is focused on teaching productive skills. There are two productive skills; speaking and writing. In speaking skills, there are accuracy activities and fluency activities. Both of them are impo
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Berryville
This unit includes grammar rules and structures of conditionals and reported (indirect) speech There are five types of conditionals in general: zero, first, second, third and mixed The unit shows th
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Bertram
Creating a lesson plan helps a teacher to convey information to a class in an organized, logical way. An educator has a finite amount of time to teach a lesson, so it is important that he or she utili
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Bettie
in this unit is told how to teach special groups of student the first part of the unit focuses on the beginners they are really different they are: the absolute beginners. false beginners, the adult a
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Beverly Hills
The final grammar unit, this lesson covers modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, and phrasal verbs. Modals include can, could, may, might, etc. They are used to express obligation, probability, permis
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Bevil Oaks
I understood that reading and listening are equally important in developing receptive skills and the motives for doing them are divided into two categories: namely, for a purpose and/or for entertainm
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Big Lake
Knowing how to write a sentence or to speak a sentence is crucial. You wouldn't say "The house blue." You would say "The blue house." Just like you would not say the blue house went for sale." we mig
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Big Sandy
Unit fourteen is about books and materials as motive issues for EFL teachers. The unit gives information about authentic materials, created materials, course books, their advantages and disadvantages.
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